Written by Jason Petersen Introduction Since the terrorist attacks by ISIS in Paris, social media has been buzzing with varying reactions, but there is one reaction in particular that will be addressed in this article. Some over-zealous atheists have chosen to react on emotion rather than rational thought and have attempted to turn this rather […]
Written by Ben Russell A common argument used to support homosexuality and gay marriage is the truth that people have ‘love’ towards each other. Since people have love they should be able to engage in their love. The majority of people shouldn’t reject love being the standard, hence gays who love each other should be […]
This is part two in a short series I did at Concord Presbyterian of Gulf Breeze, FL. Unfortunately, we were not able to film part one. Part one discussed presuppositional apologetics. This is a continuation of that lecture and mainly consists of applying Gordon Clark’s philosophy to secular philosophy.
Have you ever had an unbeliever bombard you with alleged contradictions in The Bible? For some, this can be intimidating and even infuriating. There are websites that claim to have found 1,000 contradictions in The Bible. Of course, that really means that there are 1,000 examples of bad exegesis. The problem is that if you […]
Written by Jason Petersen As of late, it seems that the atheist crowd has once again shifted their strategy on how to deal with presuppositional apologetics. So far, we have seen four major philosophies adopted by atheists to combat presuppositional apologetics: 1.) Relativism/Subjectivism 2.) Objectivism 3.) Solipsism 4.) Pragmatism Even though atheists have recognized the […]